Instructions to Solve
Each sentences below consist of a word or a phrase which is bold. It is followed by four words or phrases. Select the word or pharse which is closes to the OPPOSITE in meaning of the bold word or phrase.
Question 1 :
History abounds in instances of courage.
Question 2 :
The inhabitants of the island were barbarians.
Question 3 :
The members thought that the task was feasible.
Question 4 :
crestfallen he returned as he had never faced such humiliation in the whole of his life.
Question 5 :
Feasibility of the project is under study.
Question 6 :
The incessant noise of the boring machine made it difficult for us to got to sleep at night.
Question 7 :
Unsettled conditions in the land led to exodus of hundreds of its citizens.
Question 8 :
Many people try to resist reforms in the society.
Question 9 :
Because of the economy drive, they very unwillingly surrendered some superfluous posts.
Question 10 :
The young leader was reluctant to shoulder the responsibilities of ministerial office.
Question 11 :
Sathish point of view was correct but his behavior with his father was quite impertinent.
Question 12 :
This new magazine is know for its comprehensive coverage of news.
Question 13 :
He is well known for coming up with impracticable solutions.
Question 14 :
The managing director remarked that the secretary was an asset to the company.
Question 15 :
You can hardly find any trace of humility in the man.
Question 16 :
The plantation workers were on a collision course before the labor officer intervened.
Question 17 :
The result of the tournament gave them a sense of elation.
Question 18 :
The officer asked the clerk to expedite the matter.
Question 19 :
He is extremely intelligent but proud.
Question 20 :
I abhor the ideas he sometimes expresses
Question 21 :
They had an insipid conversation.
Question 22 :
The habit of squandering money should not be encouraged.
Question 23 :
The bedroom is at the rear side of this house.
Question 24 :
His critics found in the overt statements some hidden design.
Question 25 :
He spoke against corruption with zeal.
Question 26 :
Those who views are progressive often meet with formidable impediments when they begin to act.
Question 27 :
Everything about him, especially his talkative nature, proclaims his effeminacy.
Question 28 :
Adversity teaches man to be humble and self-reliant.
Question 29 :
Given these constraint, we have no alternative but to suggest an improvised solution.
Question 30 :
The chairman initiated the proceedings with a brief speech.
Question 31 :
We had a delectable meal yesterday.
Question 32 :
There was something strange and morbid about the whole house.
Question 33 :
The leader was pragmatic in his approach to the problem facing the country.
Question 34 :
Many people suffer setbacks in their career because of their inherent levity.
Question 35 :
The moment when jadish got order of promotion, as General Manager, was a memorable occasion for him and his family.